We are pleased to announce the 46th Macromodels International Conference.
This year’s Macromodels conference coincides with the 80th birthday of Professor Soren Johansen, one of the most frequently cited econometric theoreticians, whose scientific work has brought a new perspective into time series analysis. On this occasion, the first day of the conference will be devoted to cointegration and its applications. We therefore encourage submitting papers focused on the latest achievements in this field.
The conference will include a session of the SMEthod project which received funding from the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 777491.
Financial support from the Polish Academy of Sciences is gratefully acknowledged.
The aim of the conference, organised every year since 1974, is to bring together scientists who work in the field of econometric modelling in order to facilitate the exchange of views and experience. Within the scope of interest are issues such as the problems of estimation, simulation, developing econometric models and their use for policy analyses. Recently, a special attention has been given to modelling economies of new EU member countries.
Primary conference topics
National Economy Models
EU and EMU Enlargement Issues
Forecasting and Evaluation of Forecasts
Control Theory and Economic Modelling
46th Macromodels International Conference will take place in Wroclaw-Bielany, 18 November - 21 November, 2019.
Registration deadline is October 20, 2019.
We encourage conference participants to submit papers to CEJEME.
The aim of Association for Modelling and Forecasting Economies in Transition (AMFET) is to promote the exchange of economic knowledge, to advance scientific understanding of transition economies and to stimulate the creation of networks. We encourage conference participants to join AMFET.